Week in Struggle: September 4-11


A press release from the Communist Party of India (Maoist) denounced the fascist Modi government for its deceitful propaganda claiming that former General Secretary of the CPI (Maoist), Ganapathy, was planning to surrender in an act of betrayal of the People’s War. The note also mentions the government’s failure to handle numerous issues including the current global economic crisis and national conflicts like the one in Kashmir as well as the recent border clashes with China. It also notes the fascist government’s failure to defeat the People’s War and its persecution of political prisoners like Varavara Rao and GN Saibaba.

Reports have surfaced that the People’s Liberation Guerrilla Army (PLGA), led by the CPI (Maoist), annihilated a police chief in the Dantewada district of Chhattisgarh, leaving a pamphlet from the Party’s Bastar West Division Committee claiming credit for the action.

CPI (Maoist) also denounced the kidnapping, torture, and murder of the military commander Dudi Devalu, also known as Shanker, while he was in the hospital being treated for an illness. The fascist state claimed victory after concocting yet another fake encounter, announcing that he had been killed in an armed confrontation.


Revolutionary Turkish organization Partizan released a version of the short film “Guerrilla Four Seasons,” shot by militants of the Communist Party of Turkey/Marxist-Leninist (TKP/ML) documenting one recruit’s introduction to the guerrillas of the Liberation Army of the Workers and Peasants of Turkey (TİKKO) and the People’s War, with English subtitles. We encourage our readers to watch at the link below.

Guerrilla Four Seasons


The Popular Women’s Movement (MFP) in Brazil released a note titled “Defeat the obscurantist fascist offensive to criminalize abortion,” denouncing the reactionary Old State’s restriction and criminalization of abortion in the case of rape.


In Bremen, graffiti and flyers were seen throughout the city calling for a mobilization against the new police laws.

On Saturday, revolutionaries held a spontaneous rally in Bremen in solidarity with the Red Structure, which has been the target of state repression. A speech was delivered, leaflets were distributed, and slogans were shouted. A large character poster reading, “Solidarity with the Red Structure! Against the FRG police state: struggle and fight back!” was hung up at the site of the rally. Elsewhere graffiti reading, “Against their repression: solidarity with the Red Structure” was also seen.

Revolutionaries in Hamburg participated in the annual Anti-War Day demonstration to condemn imperialism, in spite of the German state’s COVID-19 restrictions.


In Trondheim, a banner was erected reading, “Long Live TKP/ML! Down with the TKP/ML Process,” a reference to the recent ruling against 10 political prisoners in Germany accused of membership in the Communist Party of Turkey/Marxist-Leninist.

Serve the People Media (TFM) also released a video from a demonstration against the fascist anti-Muslim SIAN party in front of the supreme legislature in Oslo, depicting antifascists breaking through police barricades and combatting riot police and their vehicles by throwing chairs and other projectiles.


Activists with Anti Imperialist Action participated in a demonstration of striking Debenhams (a British department store) workers, carrying the Starry Plough flag representing the Irish struggle for national liberation against British colonialism.


In Saint-Étienne, activists with the Young Revolutionaries distributed issues of revolutionary newspaper La Cause du Peuple as well as essential items like food and hygiene products.

United States


Several displays of graffiti were also seen around Pittsburgh, in solidarity with the political prisoners like professor G.N. Saibaba and the People’s War in India led by the CPI (Maoist), others promoting the election boycott, and one commemorating Michael Reinoehl, who was assassinated by police after killing a fascist in defense of Black Lives.


Graffiti was spotted in Philadelphia calling for struggle against the police and other pieces calling for charges to be dropped against all protesters, including Austin’s Targeted Three.


In Charlotte, there were also displays of solidarity with the People’s War in India led by the CPI (Maoist) and promotion of the election boycott.


Solidarity graffiti was also seen in Austin with the political prisoners and the People’s War in India led by the CPI (Maoist), specifically revolutionary poet Varavara Rao, as well as graffiti promoting the election boycott.

St. Louis

In St. Louis, graffiti in support of the revolutionary election boycott was seen.